The Practical Uses of 50 Herbs
Learn the uses of 50 herbs
Learn how to make more than 20 kinds of herbal preparations
Learn how to use herbs to improve your nutrition
Learn how to use herbs for skin conditions
Learn how to use herbs to improve rest
Learn how to use herbs to improve digestion
Learn how to avoid adverse effects by remaining aware of the hot, cold, moist, or drying effects of herbs.
Learn how to use herbs for pain, infection, and fever.
This is full immersion into hands-on herbalism in the vitalist paradigm, where we study and use herbs in the context of a broad vision of harmony or discord in the diet, lifestyle, and constitutional individuality of the patient. You will learn how to use a set of 50 herbs to support nutrition, digestion, rest, skin conditions, pain, and common self limiting infections and fevers. We cover in-depth the practical uses of the herbs, with attention to the all-important hot, cold, moist, dry, tense, and relaxed constitutional states of patients, conditions, and herbs.
With this course you receive a flash drive with Audio files for the 10 lessons, more than 380 slides to accompany the lectures, PDF copies of 14 classical herbal texts, a complete copy of the NAIMH Actions Database of 150 herbs, and an abridged PDF copy of the Healing Power of Minerals and Trace Elements by Paul Bergner. Students enrolled in our courses are also eligible for a 10% discount on purchases at Mountain Rose Herbs.
Lesson 1. Journaling Herbal Experience
Lesson 2. Practical Uses for garlic
Lesson 3. Nutritive herbs
Lesson 4. Topical Herbs
Lesson 5.Herbs to support digestion
Lesson 6. Moistening and drying herbs
Lesson 7. Heating and Cooling herbs
Lesson 8. Herbs to support relaxation
Lesson 9. Herbs for pain
Lesson 10. Herbs for infection and fever
Further down on this page you can find Faculty Biographies, or see a Track List of the 18 CDs here.
Enrollment for Credit
To enroll in the course, receive a faculty mentor, and to earn the Continuing Education certificate, follow these steps:
Purchase the course materials in the Audio Albums section of our online store. The materials may be purchased for self-study without further enrollment in the course or tuition.
When you receive materials, open the data disk file, and print out the application form. Send it in with a $25 application fee, and the $240 tuition.
This entitles you to assignment of a faculty mentor for 16 weeks after we notify you that your enrollment is accepted.
Read the instructions for obtaining CE credit in the read-me-first file with the notes.
Look over the CE questions and review them before listening to the disks.
Complete any assignments or readings and answer the CE questions for each disk.
You will receive a certificate reflecting 48 hours of CE credit.
The recorded lectures were delivered by NAIMH Director Paul Bergner in a classroom setting, edied and supplemented with studio portions. If you enroll, you will also be assigned a faculty mentor. Click here to see Faculty biographies.